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Kirsten Schultz

Kirsten Schultz

Medical Program Assistant

UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Kicking butts & changing minds via health activism & love|@CreakyJoints blogger|Chopped & Batman addict|guinea pig momma|#medX #chronicsex #sjia #stillsdisease

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Utica College

MS, Health Care Administration with an emphasis on Patient Advocacy & Navigation

I'm working towards my MS to help other patients navigate the healthcare system.

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UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Medical Program Assistant

I currently work for the University of Wisconsin-Madison at the School of Medicine and Public Health as a Medical Program Assistant in the Pediatrics Department. My current role is administrative support for our ~40 physicians, with a focus on assisting our division director with meetings she runs as well as her schedule. I also have developed newsletter for our clinics and our physicians, work on quality improvement projects, and assisted the non-profit Reach Out and Read Wisconsin with a variety of tasks. I also am working towards integrating more technology into clinic while keeping the patient at the center of what we do.

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The Spoon Project

In 2015, I worked on this project to show the energy required in everything I do via ideas from Christine Miserando's 'The Spoon Theory.'

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#ChronicSex Chat

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#ChronicSex is all about discussing how chronic illness affects how we see and care for ourselves, our relationships, our sexuality, and indeed sex!

Join us Thursday nights at 7 PM EST on Twitter using the #ChronicSex tag.

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Arthritis Introspective

Support Group Leader

I co-lead the Madison, WI Arthritis Introspective support group. Arthritis Introspective is affiliated with the Arthritis Foundation, serving as its adult support group team.